Jeremy Lee Wolin

PhD Candidate, History and Theory of Architecture, Princeton SoA
AB, Brown University, American Studies, 2019
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Interior Architecture, 2019

Jeremy Lee Wolin is a PhD Student in History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University. He is interested in the influence of site-specificity and social practice on contemporary debates surrounding preservation and public representation in the built environment. He graduated from the Brown-RISD Dual Degree Program, where he was a Curator’s Assistant at the RISD Museum, a Research Assistant in the Department of American Studies, and a Co-Managing Editor of Clerestory Journal of the Arts. His thesis at Brown, “Against Bronzewashing: Contemporary Artists and the Remaking of Monuments” received the Best Thesis Prize from the Department of American Studies and the RISD Department of Interior Architecture’s prize for adaptive reuse writing and became a Tiny Exhibit at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities in May 2019. Prior to Princeton, he interned at the Jewish Museum and worked at OMA New York.